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Vol.91No.

Jailer retires amid complaint review Bodyfound
From staff reports return to work on Jan. 6. County Human Resources Director Len- "We have three lieutenantsfield
Administrator Ted Lakey said etta Loman-Greene and each shift has a sergeant
Jackson County Jail adminis- he has accepted With Lipford now out of the and corporal," Lakeysaid. "We'll sh o
trator Wayne Lipford has sub- Lipford's resig-. workforce, Lakey will over- delegate duties out. of these
mitted a letter of retirement, nation but that see jail operations until a positions."
amid the local governmment's the review of decision is made about a per- Loman-Greene and Lakey
internal review of a complaint the complaint manent replacement for the would not release Lipford's
filed against him on Dec. 23. continues. jailer. Until thd person is in retirement letter and would
Submitting the letter last Friday, Because he place, day-to-day duties as- not disclose any information
Jan. 3, he made his retirement Lipford made his retire- sociated with the administra- related to the complaint, citing From staff reports
retroactive, effective Dec. 31, ment effective tion of the jail will be assigned the ongoing review. Loman-
2013. Dec. 31, he would likely not be out to people who already have Greene indicated the investiga- Thebody of an as-yet uniden-
He had been on vacation since paid for the vacation days that supervisory duties on each tion could be complete by the tified man has been found in a
Dec. 19 and was scheduled to, followed, according to County shift. end of this week. fallow field south of Graceville,
Swell off any roadway but in the
vicinity of Piano Road.
According to Jackson County
Sheriff, Lou Roberts,i the body
Sowas discovered after someone
U pi for a bitter what apr ti b a person
Scalled to report thatthey'd seen
what appeared tobe a person ly-
NlD ing in the field.
The discovery occurred around
St sn a p d According to a press release
SSchool o Jn C y from the Jackson County Sher-
School on for Jackson County iffs Office, EMS and law enforce-
Sment responded and located a
From staff reports
See BODY, Page 5A
Students and workers across Jackson County are in _
for a bitterly cold morning commute today, with not
much hope for warm-up later on.
n Monday afternoon, an emil from the district
office confirmed that Jackson County schools will be
opefi today and the National Weather Service in Tal-
lahassee issued an alert regarding a hard freeze warn-
ing in effect through Wednesday morning for South- aes
east Alabama and portions of Southwest Georgia. e
A hard freeze warning will again be in effect Tues-
day night for the eastern Florida Panhandle and Big
Bend as well a portions of far southern Georgia.
According to le NWS, with an arctics airmass in
place, temperatures across the region fell below accident
freezing quickly Monday evening, reachiig the mid-
teens to lower-20s by this morning.
Temperatures will only rise into the lower to mid- From staff reports
30s today, with orthern portions ofthe area remain-
ing below freeig a day. Another hd freeze is ex- An Alford man as killed in a
pected tonight with temperatures falling to the upper, Bay County motorcycle crash
teens to lower 20s. Sunday afternoon.
Hard freeze conditions are expected everywhere, David Perez, 48, died at the
wit: sub-freezing temperatures expected tb last sqene, according to the Florida
all day today across the extreme northern Florida Highway Patrol.
Panhandle and all of Southeast Alabama and' Officials say Perez was driving
Southwest Georgia. a Harley Davidson Road Glide
A hard freeze warning means sub-freezing tem- motorcycle eastbound on Bay
ANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN peratures are imminent or highly likely. Minimum County Road 388 when he lost
A high temperature of 42 degrees is seen on a Wiregrass Federal Credit temperatures of 18 to 24 degrees are expected to- control of the vehicle as he ne-
Union sign on U.S. 90, Monday, Jan. 6, in Marianna. After an arctic airnlpss night, with sub-freezing temperatiures likely for at gotiated a right curve in the road
moved through the area, dropping overnight temperatures to sub-freezing least 12 to 18 hours. around 3:30 p.m. The c en-
levels, today's temperatures may only reach the minid-30s. Another hard tered the westbouhnd lane, then
freezetered the Wpectedestbound lane, thennig
reeze is expected Tuesday night. See COLD, Page 5A the grass shoulder of the road.
It crossed the shoulder and en-
tered the tree line north of the
road, colliding with a tree. The
impact ejected Perez onto the
westbound sho~ilderof theroad.
The motorcycle came to rest in
the tree line, facing south.


Chase spans

2 counties,

man captured
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbyckhalter@jcfloridan.com

W om an charged Manwith 'burglary tools' falls chargeABonifs in a two-county cas
from pharmacy wall, hurts ankle that left two law enforcement
officers injured and two police
-ocruisers damaged before the
From staff reports Robert Moore lying on the man wascaptured.
ground. It was later deter- The driver in the
A loose telephone wire and mined that the chase was identi-
gravity may have thwarted a man's name fled as 25-year-old
From staffreports arrested after the would-be burglar in Sneads. was not Robert Zachary Maize
vehicle was pulled According to court records, Moore, but was Andrews. Authori-
A Marianna woman was over on Lakeside shortly after 7 a.m. on Friday, instead Roger ties say a Jackson
charged with possession of a Drive around 10:30 Jan. 3, a city work squad em- Clay Davis. County deputy
controlled substance and viola- pm. Friday night ployee called the Sneads Po- Davis, 39, of Andrews first tried to pull
tion of state probation after a because of faulty lice Department to report that Davis Sneads, who is Andrews over
traffic stop led to a search of the equipment on the a white male wearing a hood on 15 years of Sunday evening because he was
vehicle she was.riding in and a Criswell vehicle. Specific over his head and dressed in probationforburglaryinGeor- allegedly driving a white Ford
check of her background, ac- information about dark clothing and gloves was gia, was unable to stand due to Mustang without a tag on Dan-
cording to the Jackson County the alleged faulty equipment lying' on the ground behind an injuryto his left ankle. ford Bay Road.
Sheriff's Office. was not included in the release, Sneads Pharmacy. The officer's report indicates He was arrested after the
Amber Faith Criswell, 25, was An SPD officer located a
See DRUGS, Page 5A man who identified himself as See SNEADS, Page 5A See CAPTURED, Page 5A
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Month to date 0.59" Normal YTD 1.02"
Wednesday Thursday Normal MTD 1.02" Normal for year 59.26"
Frigid Start. Warmer Day. Mostly Cloudy. Shower TIES ULTRAVIOLET INDEX
Possible. Panama City Low 7:22 AM High 3:55 PM
Apalachicola Low 2:10 PM High 8:06 AM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High,. 11+ Extrerime
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High- 640 High- 690 Destin Low 8:38 AM High 5:01 PM 0
Low 510 Low 530 Pensacola Low 9:12 AM High 5:34 PM
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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrse 6:40 AM .
Friday Saturday Woodruff 50.31 ft. 66.0 ft. Sunset 455 PM
Cloudy &l Mild. Showers. Cloudy & Mild. Blountstown 14.40 ft. 15.0 ft. Moonrise 10:58 AM Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.
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JACKSON COUNTY Conur uity Calendar

R IDL TUESDAY, JAN.7; One Stop Career Center. "Making Positive First Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult
ser er erts ate gistation-8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Chipla Impressions" is theworkshop. It is freeand open to and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
Publisher Valeria Roberts College pring clases begin for TermsA &B. For the public. The workshop is'facilitated by a Certified hang-ups" Dinner: 6 p.m. Child careavailable. Call
vroberts@jcfloridan.com information, call 718-2211 orisitwww.chipola.du. Motivational Career Coach: Visit employflorida.com 209-7856, 573-1131.
Optmst Club of Jac son w to register for these informative Workshops. n Alcoholics AnonymousOpen Meeting"- 8-9
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski i lubf Jackson Cou Mting
doberski@jcfloridanCom -'Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, ;4329 Lafayette St. i) Chipola RegionalWorkforce Development p.m. in the AAroom of First United Methodist
ers an.com Marianna. Board Executive Committee Meeting-5 p.m. in Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
the Workforce Board Community Room; Marianna.
CONTACT US Sewing Circle 1p.m. at Jackson County Senior Meeting accessible to individuals with disabilities SATURDAY, JAN. 11
Telephone:850526-3614 Citizens, 2931 ptimist Drive in Marianna. Cal or physical impairments. Persons with hearing or.
eea: 482-5028. speech impa ir)nts cta Lisa Wells at 718) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10
Speech impairrnents contact Lisa Wells at 7187
FAX: 850-482-4478 Employability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Marianna 0456, ext. 101thidugh the Florida Relay system by a.m. until last patient isseen, at1770 arolina St. in-
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com One Stop Career Center. "Tdp l Job Search Tips" is dialing 7-1-1. Alford. The free clinic-for incore-eligible patients
S a i withoutllnesses and chronic onditions. Appointments short-term
Street Address: the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The ) Chipola Regiohal Workforce Development illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments r
4403 Constitution Lane workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational Board General Meeting-6 p:m, in the Workforce available (call 263-106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
Marianna, FL 32448 Career Coach. Visit employflorida.com to register Board Community Roomn Marianna. Meeting ac- welcome. Sign in before ll a.m
Office Hours: for these informative workshqps. cessible to individuals with disabilities or physicalapR, wl meet Sar
MWekda8 a.m.to 5p.m. ))Marianna City Commission Meeting 6p.m. impairments. Persons with hearing or speech im- Chipola Chapter NSDAR, will meet for"Shar-
Weekdays, in City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Public wel- pairments contact Lisa Wells at 718-0456, ext. 101 ing of Quilts -11 a.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal
come. Call 718-1Q01. throgh the Florida Relay system by dialing 7-1-1. Church, 4362 Lafayette St., Marianna. Arrive at
S S yo IR PAPnR? WWriting Center Meeting-6 p.m. at the Jackson Town of Grand Ridge ouncil meeting-6 p.m. 00 t s u uBring a brown bag
n of Glunch. Guest welcome. For information contact at
You should receive your newspaper no later County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna at the Grand Ridge Town hall. Public invited. Call 638-1947 or cdjordan@bellsouth.net.
than $ a.m. f it does not arrive, call Circula- Local Author and Historian, Dale Cox; will address 592,4621. ) Girl Scout Winte tea Partoon-2.
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to the group. Call 482-9631. Ja on County Branch of the NAACP the Masonic Temple3024 Je sn S aanna.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 monthly meeting 6 p.m. St. James Cost is $15 per couple which inclu les patch. All
Jackson Coun Floridan (SPS 27840) p.m. in the AA roo of First United Methodist a The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Soci- girls kindergarten thru 12th grade registered and
JackS 2 ) Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed dis- ety, Sons of the American Revolution meet- unregistered is welome..Call 209-9772.
is published Tuesday through Friday and cussion with 12 & 12 sudy. Everyone with a desire ig-6:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna Alcoholics Anonymous.pen Meeting 4:30-
Sunday morings Periodical postage paid to stop drinking is welcome. for anual officer nstallatiori meeting. Program by 5:30 in the AA room of irst Uniedethodist
at Marianna, FL. d St. Anne Thrift Store 9a.m.-1 p.m. St. Anne's Dale Cox, speaking on" Daniel Boone in Florida Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
SCatholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482- Anyone interest in SAR welcome. For more info call '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES E 3734. 594-6664.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8 n Alcohblics Anonymous Closed discussion SUNDAY, JAN. 12
Home delivery $11.23 per month, $32e.83 -,8 hn Alcohblics Anonymous -. Closed discussion, ics a ls d une
forme ihree mon$ er moths; $62 forsix months AARP tax aide training session-9 am. until 8-9 p.m., irst Ued Methodist Church 2901 Ca Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
for three months; $62.05 or o i onths; h1p.m. Jackson County Agricultural Building, Penn donia St., Marianna, in theAA room. Attendance 6:30 p.m. in.AA room of First United Methodist
and $123.45 forone year. All prices include Ave., Marianna in the conference room. Learn limited to persons'with a desire to stop drinking; Church,2901 CaledoniaSt. in Marianna t Atten-
applicable state and local taxes. Mail hands-on training for electronic preparation and papers will not be signed. dance limited to persons with aidesire to stop
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail filing of tax returns free. If interested in volunteering drinking.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: call 718-7919. FRIDAY, JAN.10 Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8.p.m. in
$92.24for six months; and $184.47 for one n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting noon ) ACT Registration deadline-Chipola College for the board room of Campbellton-Graceville.Hospital,
ear. to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Februarytest date. Forjinformation, call 718-2211 or 5429 College rie, racevie.
Church, 2901 Caledonia St in Marianna. visit www.chipola.edu.
ADVERTISING Chamber of Commerce Power Breakfast-7 MONDAYAN 13
publish THURSDY, JAN. 9 a.m.-9 a.m. at the Agricultural Center on Penn Ave. Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's
The advertiser agrees that the publisher u Forest Certification-9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the in Mafianna. Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call
shall not be liable for damages arising UF/IFAS Jackson County Extension Office, Mari a Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jakson 482-2005.
out of errors and advertisements beyond anna. Cost $15 Which includes materials, lunch and County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Tickets on sale for Chipola Artist Series event
the amount paid for the space actually breaks. SAF Continuing Forest Education credits experienced hand crafterswelcome to create, Harpist Aina Maria Mendieta-2 p.m.- 5 p.m.at
occupied by that portion of the advertises approved for this workshop: 3,5 hours'Category 3.5 share learn or teach favorite projects; Call482- Chipola Box Office or online tickets at www.chipola.
ments inwhich the error occurredn whether hours Category 1-CF. Call (352) 219-8717. 9631: edu. Tickets are $14 i dults $10 age 18 and under.
such error is due to the negligerncef the. Chipola Civic Club Meeting noon at The Oaks n Chess Club -6p.m. 8 p.m. First United The music and dance program is complete with
ee s Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Latin instruments and Flamenco dancers.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and is the local community, "Community, Children & Sponsoredby Marianna Optimist Club for students n EmployabilityWorkshop-2:30 p.m. Marianna
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Character:' Ca11526-3142. for students 8 18 years of age in Jackson County. One Stop Career Center"Mock Interviewing" is
tion of any advertisement beyond the ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m.-1 p.m. St. Anne's All students and their parents are welcome. Players the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The
amolunt paid for such advertisement.This Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianria. Call 482- of all skill levels including beginners are welcome. workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational
newspaper ill not knowingly accept o 3734 Call 6930473. areer Coach. Visit employflorida.com to register
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- n Emp!oyability Workshop-2:30 p.m. Marianna t Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship for theSe informativeworkshps.
ing which expresses preference based on The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P O. Box 520, MariannaFL 32447,
legally protected personal characteristics is email editorial@icfloridan.cor, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna
not acceptable. .. ...

HOWTO GEYOUR lPolice Rourdup
NEWS PUBLISHED Marianna Police Department complaint, one trespass complaint, one attempted burglary of a structure, pos-
obscdene or threatening phone call, one session of burglary tools, resisting arrest
The Jackson County Floridan will publish The Marianna Police Department listed f. follow-up investigation, without violence.
news of general interest free of charge. the following incidents for an. 5, the lat- one juvenile complaint, ) John Smith,38, 913 T'marack Ave., Tal-
Submit your news or Community Calendar est available repot: Two hospice deaths, one noise disturbance, lahassee, violation of county probation.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. two suspicious persons, one burglary, one four property checks, one ) Erica Jackson, 20, 6843 Welcome
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, physical disturbance, two verbal distur- retail theft, seven assists of Church Road, Sneads, violation of state
anniversary and birth announcements. bances, one traffic stop, one trespass comrn- other agencies, one public probation.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. plaint, one juvenile complaint; one noise service call, one 911 hang-up and three a)) Calvin Rhynes, 35, 1654 BI Mixon Road,
Photographs must beof good quality and disturbance, one assist of another agenty, welfare checks. .Cottonwood, Ala., possession of a danger-
one public service call, one welfare check, ous substance.
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the one threat/harassment complaint, and one a Samuel Robinson, 31, 5454 Brown
right to edit all submissions. home security check. Jackson County St., Graceville, felon in possession of a
GEI TING IT RIGHT o Correctional Facility firearm.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy Jackson County Sheriffs Office The following persons were booked into Po int M, ding wh 0 icBn sspeM ded
is to correct mistakes promptly. To own g Point, MS, driving while license suspende
report an error, please call 526-3614 The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and the countyjail during the latest reporting or revoked.
Monday-Friday. county fire/rescue reported the following periods: Amber Criswell, 25, 1414 South
incidents for Jan. 5, the latest available ) Teri Soles, 51, 2913 Albert St. (Apt. A), Bertha Ave., Calloway, possession of
report: One stolen vehicle, four abandoned Marianna, failure to appear (worthless methamphetamine.
vehicles, three reckless drivers, threesuspi- checks). 3, Anthony Tharpe, 49, 1993 Cutchens
-cious vehicles, one suspicious incident, Keith Zerinque, 30, 3012 Swails Road, Road, Cottondale, aggravated assault with
one suspicious person, two structure bur- Alford, driving under the influence. a deadly weapon (domestic).
.glaries, one vehicle burglary, two physical n Chantel Mclnnis, 30, 5670 HenryWay, ) Tabetha Mears, 27, 2243 Bethlehem
disturbances, one verbal disturbance, one Greenwood, violation of state probation Road, Cottondale, violation of state
pedestrian complaint, nine medical calls, (possession of marijuana-more than 20 probation.
tow traffic crashes-one with entrapment, grams). Jail Population: 203
two burglar alarms, one fire alarmone )) Albert Bdncefleld, 33, 1723 Virginia St.,
two burglar alarms, one fire alarm,one Alford, failure to appear. To report a crime, call CrirmeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
request for assistance, 20 traffic stops, one local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation.
/ JCFL tRIDAN.CO I. larceny complaint, one criminal mischief ) Roger Davis, 39, 8094 Pope St., Sneads, call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).




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SUNLAND CENTER MARIANNA STAR EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

LEONTYNE CLAY, UNIT 1 SOCIAL WORKER
Seontyne Clay was recently honored as the Sunland Marianna
SStar Employee of the Year. Ms. Clay, known for her tenacity and
1 dedication to duty, went above and beyond the call of duty
during 2013 when searching for and locating several long lost fam-
ily members of a Sunland resident. Even though she encountered
numerous roadblocks along the way, she continued to search and
eventually located the family members. Those family members were
ecstatic to be united with their loved one and have since visited sev-
eral times at Sunland with the resident. In addition to the recognition
Ms. Clay received at Sunland, she was recognized by Governor Scott
for her efforts commending her for a job well done. Sunland is very
proud of Clay and pleased to recognize her as the Center's very first
Star Employee of the Year.
Leontyne Clay, pictured with Unit 1 Director Lucious Williams, Superintendent Merlin Roulhac,
Assistant Superintendent Darlene See and Kim Kennedy, Unit 1 OMC, received her award at the
annual Sunland Christmas Tea.
SUBMITTED PHOTO

SUNLAND CENTER DDDP STAR EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

MICHAEL BAUGHER, RN NURSINGDEPARTMENT
M ichael Baugher was named the Star Employee of the Year for
the Sunland Center Developmental Disabilities Defendant
Se Program. Baugher was presented the award during the an-
nual DDDP Christmas Tea. He was recognized for his actions in Octo-
ber 2013, when volunteers were requested for a nurse from DDDP to
accompany staff, security and a resident from the Sunland Marianna
campus on a long trip to D'ade County. Mr. Baugher quickly volun-
teered to do so. In November the need arose again, and Mr. Baugher
willingly stepped up to assist, even though the need was not from the
DDDP campus. Mr. Baugher is known for his upbeat and willing at-
titude to assist whenever a need arises, and is a true team player. The
Sunland DDDP campus is'very proud of Mr. Baugher and his
selection as the very first DDDP Star Employee of the Year. SUBMITTEDPHOTO
Michael Baugher (far right) is pictured receiving his award from Superintendent MerlinRoulhac
and Assistant Superintendent Darlene See during the DDDP Christmas Tea.


SUNLAND CENTER MARIANNA STAR TEAM OF THE YEAR

WILLIE STEVENS AND STACY COLLINS
T S unland Marianna employees Willie Stevens and Stacy
Collins iere named as Sunland's very first Star Team of the
SYear at the annual Sunland Christmas Tea. Mr. Stevens and Ms.
Collieis were chosen for this award due to their successful efforts in'
providing CPR for a Sunland resident who was in distress. In early
2013, the pair was in a nearby Professional Crisis Management train-
ing class when they heard staff at Madison House calling for help.
Stevens, who is a certified CPR instructor and Collins responded to
the scene and teamed up to perform CPR on the resident. Sunland
is proud of the efforts Stevens and Collins displayed as they put their
training into action which ultimately resulted in saving the life of
this resident. They are very deserving of this award and are truly Star
employees.
Pictured is Willie Stevens, Superintendent Merlin Roulhac, Mr. Stevens' supervisor Linda
Patterson, Staff Development Manager Heather Traylor and Assistant Superintendent Darlene
See. Not pictured is Stacy Collins, who was unable to attend the award ceremony.
SUBMITTED PHOTO


SUNIAND CENTER DDDP STAR TEAM OF THE YEAR

EAST & WEST UNIT STAFF
1 r -everal members of the Sunland DDDP
S staff from the East and West Unit were
LIrecognized including Terrerice Holmes,
Renata Lloyd; Carlos McMillan, Tim High-
smith, Joe Medley, William Owens, Byron
Jeter, Daryl Chavers & Jason Pruett as the
. DDDP's very first Star Team of the Year during s; a
the annual DDDP Christmas Tea. The group atso
I ~was chosen for this award for exhibiting team ia SOfl
cohesiveness and diligence to duty. Each of 3oor
/these staff carried out their duties in an exem- i
plary manner during a contraband confisca- watsoniewelers.com
tion search of the DDDP East andWest Units. Downtown Marianna
Because of their efforts, the search was suc- 850.482.4037
cessfully completed _
and ensured the safety.
and security of this
facility. They dein-
onstrated the model
SUBMITTEDPHOTO of what teamwork
Pictured are Superintendent Merlin Roulhac and Assistant Superintendent Darlene See, along is all about, and are
with Forensic Director Paul Coley and Security Director Roland Lipford, congratulating several
of the team members who were present at the DDDP Christmas Tea on their selection as the very deserving of this Ann Jones Clarice Boyette Tim' Sapp
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Ex-state legislator to challenge US Rep. Radel /
The Associated Press Former state Rep. Paige 2012 GOP primary, which Radel pleaded guilty
Kreegel plans formally Radel won. in November to a mis-
NAPLES A former announce Tuesday that he Kreegel previously demeanor charge of
state legislator says he will will challenge freshman served two four-year cocaine possession and
run in the Republican pri- U.S. Rep. Trey Radel. The terms in the state House. was sentenced to a year Sandra Ward Michael Bedsole Julie Basford
mary against a southwest Naples Daily News reports Several other candidates of probation. He recently Realtor Realtor Realtor
Florida congressman who (http://bit.ly/lly4PeI ) that have filed papers indi- underwent treatment at a (850)573-6849 (321)663-2671 (561)891-4034
pleaded guilty to cocaine Kreegel got just under 18 cating they will run for drug and alcohol rehabili- .
possession, percent of the vote in the Radel's seat. tation center.




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Court asked to force Scott to pick lieutenant governor

The Associated Press these days is political, but he does not plan to remain she was "honored to be
I'm not doing this for any without a lieutenant gov- considered for the gover-
TALLAHASSEE- Florida political party,". DeVane emor indefinitely. "Florida nor's dynamic team."
Gov. Rick Scott is being said. "I'm just doing it be- laws make it clear that our The lawsuit states that
sued over his decision to cause I'm a citizen and a state has a lieutenant gov- Scott has "defied the Leg-
leave the post of lieutenant taxpayer who thinks the ernor," Scott said in a writ- islature's directive" by fail-
governor vacant for nearly govetnor should follow the ten statement at the time. ing to name a lieutenanlt
10 months. law and do his job." Florida law states that governor. It goes on to say
A Tallahassee lobbyist Florida went nearly 100 when there is a vacancy that his actions have "up-
and political activist on years without the post of in the position of lieu- set the order of succes-
Monday asked the Florida lieutenant governor un- tenant governor the gov- sion" and that a "constitu-
Supreme Court to force til it was revived in 1968. emor "shall appoint a tional crisis" could occur
Scott to appoint a lieu- The job, which pays near- successor." if Scott were physically or
tenant governor within 30 ly $125,000, has no real Shortly after Carroll re- mentally incapacitated or
days. defined responsibilities signed Scott shuttered her impeached since the law
Jennifer Carroll abruptly besides replacing the gov- office and let go the em- envisions the lieutenant
resigned last March af- THEASSOCATEDPRESS emor if he leaves office or ployees. Scott initially said governo taking over in
ter she was interviewed In this Oct.2 photo, Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaks in Doral, Fla. dies. he planned to wait until those instances.
by law-enforcement au- Gov. Scott is being sued over his decision to leave the post of That has happened after the 2013 legislative Scott, who is running for
thorities about work she lieutenant governor vacant fornearly 10 months. twice, for brief periods. session which ended in re-election, is required to
once did for a charity that In January 1987, Wayne early May before begin- tap someone as his run-
prosecutors have said was been nine months. Awom- DeVane, who is reg- Mixson was governor for ningto lookfor a newlieu- ning-mate two months
a front for a widespread an could have conceived istered to lobby for the three days when Bob Gra- tenant governor. He also before the November
gambling ring. She has and delivered a baby in Florida National Organi- ham resigned to be sworn said he planned to put his elections. Scott, however,
not been accused of any that time." zation for Women, has a in as a U.S. senator. In chief-of-staff, Adam Hol- is under no obligation to
wrongdoing. Melissa Sellers, a spokes- long-standing history as a December 1998, Buddy lingsworth, in charge of appoint that person to
She later said that she woman for Scott, did not political activist for many MacKay became governor the search. the position before the
was forced to resign., respond directly to the causes linked to Demo- when Lawton Chiles died Since that time, various election.
In her lawsuit Barbara lawsuit, but said the gov- crats. The lawsuit is being of a heart attack less than a names have surfaced in Some Florida constitu-
DeVane contends that ernor is not changing his handled by Donald Hinkle, month before his term was connection with the po- tional scholars have pre-
Scott is breaking a state timeline for deciding when a well-known attorney over. sition. A public records viously said it would be
law that requires him' a lieutenant governor will who has already donated If sonmething happened request shows that Hill- unlikely that a court would
to appoint a lieutenant be chosen,. money t the campaignof to Scott before he picked sborough County Com- order the governor to act
governor. "The governor is going.to Charlie Crist. Crist, who is a lieutenant governor, At- missioner Sandy Mur- to name a lieutenant gov-
"I just think it's time he take the right time to find now a Democrat, is run- torney General Pam Bondi man texted Holliigsworth ernor since there is no
does his job," DeVane told the right person," Sellers ning against Scott. would take over. on Nov. 8 to thank him deadline or enforcement
The:Associated Press. "It's said. "Of course everything BackinAugust, Scottsaid for the interview and that provision in the law.

State Bief Panhandle students make diffcult return to class
Busch Gardens gorilla winter home on Florida's
Gulf Coast.
delivers stillboThe birds were taught to The Associated Press life in prison if convicted. have graduated in the "We have enough coun-
TAMPA- Busch Gardens- migrate byhumans flying ThePensacolaNewsJour-, spring and Sharon Ady- selors to offer whatever
says one of its gorillas has ultralight aircraft. They GULF BREEZE- Re- nal reports community elott coached the girls' support is needed," she
delivered a stillborn baby. leftWisconsin in October. turning from Christmas members are expressing cross country team. said.
The park in Tampa an- On Si4nday, they made the break will be, especially support for the returning Sherry Smith, director At the end of each day
nounced Monday that final leg of their 1,100-mile difficult for the students students through social of student services for the the team will assemble
Pele delivered the baby trip into St. Marks Nation- of one Panhandle school media. Students have also school district, is work- to discuss how to move
Sunday night. al Wildlife Refuge. district. erected a make-shift me- ing with'administrators to forward.
The park's Facebook It's'the 13th migration The Santa Rosa County morial at Gulf Breeze High prepare for emotional fall- "Some kids will want to
page announced in No- led by aircraft flown by School district is making School to honor Goodman out as classes resume. She draw a picture. Some will
vember that Pele, an 11- an organization called grief counselors available and Sharon Aydelott. said the crisis-response want to curl up in a ball,
year-old lowland gorilla, Operation Migration. after two Christmas Eve- Sharon Aydelott had team communicated dur- and otherswillwantto just
was expecting her first Each fall, the group leads tragedies. been a science teacher at ing the holiday break to go outside and scream,"
baby late December. The a flock of young cranes On Christmas Eve, 17- Holley-Navarre Middle devise a plan. Brewer gaid. "Some (stu-
cause of the stillbirth was south to teach them a year-old William "Cody" School since 1988. She Wendy Brewer, the dents) have never experi-
not immediately known. migration route. The birds Goodman was shot and was selected as Teacher of school psychologist who' enced loss before. Some
Park officials said in a are on their own for the killed by police after lead- theYear in 2005. heads up the crisis team have experienced too
statement that zoo veteri- return trip north in the ing them on a high-speed "Myheartisbroken," said said the first priority is. to much loss."
narians and staffare still spring and subsequent chase. Also on Christmas- Linda Dempsey, a oner help teachers returning to She said returning to
investigating the cause migrations. Eve, Gulf Breeze baseball time colleague ofAydelott. school on Monday, a: day school will help students
of death. They said Pele About450 whooping pitcherWilliam "Brandon" "She would do anything before the students, recover by offering a sense
has no apparent signs of cranes live in the wild. Aydelott was arrested and for her students." She, said counselors': of routine.
complications, brt is still About 250 migrate be- charged with killing his Gulf Breeze High School would be on hand to an- "We will do whatever we
under close observation tween Texas and Canada; mother, a'popular middle is, dealing with multiple swer teachers' questions need to do to take care of
by the veterinary and ani they're the only natural school teacher for the dis- tragedies. Goodman and and offer guidance on our teachers and kids,"
mal care teams at Busch and self-sustaining flock. trict. Aydelott could face William Aydelott would helping students cope.. Brewer said. .
Gardens. Another flock has been
taught to migrate between I1,
Suicide suspected in Wisconsin and orida. Panther released into the wild last year has died
appraiser's death
appraiser's death Son finds father face ,
LECANTO Detectives Son finds father fac The Associated Press males can be attacked, and
suspect that the death of down in pond killed by larger, older pan-
Citrus County's property ORIANDO- Deputies LA BELLE- An epdan- thers -securing their terri-
appraiser was a suicide. say a 70-year-old man gered Florida panther that tory, and officials wanted
Sheriff's deputies said likely drowned after trip- was rescued as a kitten to give this panther more
Monday that foul play has ping-over a nigh embank- has -died less than a year space to roam in an area
been ruled out in Geoffrey ment and falling into a after being released back with'fewer competitors.
Green's death. retention pond. into the wild, officials said Florida panthers once
The 63-year-old Green The man's son found Monday. roamed the entire south-
was found dead Sunday n ihim e do the The young male pan- THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS eastern U.S., but only
ShisLecantd home by his pond nearhis home early ther's radio collar alerted In this April 3 photo, a Florida panther, rescued as a kitten, around 160 remain in
wife. Monday. officials Friday that the was releaped back into the wild in the Florida Everglades. the wild, and it's rare for
The Citrus County Officials say the son animal was not moving This panther has died less than a year after being released the big cats to be cared
Sheriff'sOffice said in a noticed his father missing and could be dead, said back into the wild. for in captivity and then
news release that no one and went searching for Florida Fish and Wildlife area with abundant deer separately last year. released.
else was home at the time him. Firefighters pulled Conservation Commis- and wild hog popula- Instead of releasing the It's the second panther
of his death. him from the water and sion spokeswoman Carli tions, and its movements! male in southwest Florida, death reported in 2014.
The sheriff's office also pronounced him dead. Segelson. were typical for a male where the core population A panther that had been
says asuicide note wasn't Investigators say no foul The lethargic panther panther. of panthers are found, offi- roaming a Naples neigh-
found and that an au- play is suspected. The was found on private land A necropsy is planned at cials took it to Palm Beach borhood was killed last
topsy would be conducted man's name hasn't been in Hendry County and the wildlife commission's County to the eastern week after colliding with
Monday. released. taken to a veterinary clin- laboratory in Gainesville. edge of known panther a car involved in a multi-
Orlando's WESH TV re- ic, where it died Saturday, The panther and its, breeding grounds. Young vehicle crash.
Whooping cranes ports the man had demen- Segelson said. sister were rescued by
compleeigation tia and possibly suffered The panther had been wildlife officials in Sep-
fromnAlzheimer's disease. in the same general area tember 2011 in Collier
ST. MARKS Eight No further details have for the previous five days, County after their mother KE L SON DISCOUN
endangered whooping been released, but the cause of death' was found dead. They DRUGS
cranes have completed wasn't immediately clear, were raised in captiv-
their journey to their From wire reports Segelson said. It was in an ity before being released


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Obituaries wNation Briefs
uaries Most dangerous temps in Ex-teacher MaryKay
Adams Funeral Home Letureau jailed
Blountstown, FL
Phone 674-5449 SEATTLE Former
teacher Mary Kay
ames Bryant Letourneau, who made
Meas Brheadlines after she had
aesa decades push across U.S. elin
Mears sex with her 12-year-old
student, has been ar-
James Bryant Mears, age The Associated Press 4. M rested and briefly jailed
87, of Sneads, Florida 5M in an unrelated case.
......in uy relrtshed case
passed away Saturday, Jan- MINNEAPOLIS The coldest, KIRO reports she was
uary 4, 2014 at his home. most dangerous blast of polar air in a-- arrested Sunday night
JSneAs wAp s, 1 n decades gripped the Midwest and and booked into the
Sneads April 6, 1926 to the -o
late Cleveland Stanley and pushed toward the East and South Kng County Jail early
Cleo (Ham) Mears. He was on Monday, closing schools and day Monday for failing to
a plant supervisor for care centers, grounding flights and appear in court for
thirty-four years for Sneads forcing people to pull their hoods a suspended driver's
Gulf Power Plant; served in and scarves tight to protect exposed license case.
the United States Navy; skin from nearly instant frostbite. The suburban Seattle
and was a member of Many across the nation's midsec-. teacher became tabloid
American Legion Post 241. tion went into virtual hibernation, fodder in the 1990s
He was preceded in while others dared to venture out when she was convicted
wife, enny Mears, three in temperatures that plunged well of raping the sixth-grade
brothers, Buford, Rex, and belowzero. boy when she was 34.
Lenard Mears; three sisters, "I'm going to try to make it two She served a prison sen-
Lillian Butler, Ruby Kelley, blocks without turning into crying tence and then married
and Doris Cook. man," said Brooks Grace, who was her former student, Vili
Survivors include a out to do some banking and shop- THEASSOCIATED PESS Fualaau, in 2005 when
daughter, Pam Strickland ping in downtown Minneapolis, A woman walks back to her car in the long-term parking lot at Indianapolis Inter- he was 22,
of Sneads; grandchildren, where temperatures reached 23 national Airport, Monday Jan. 6. The coldest, most dangerous blast of polar air in Gr m onplane
Wendy Joiner and her hus- below with wind chills of minus 48. decades gripped the Midwest and pushed toward the East and South on Monday,
band Richard, Kari Birge, "It's not cold it's painful." closing schools and day care centers, grounding flights and forcing people to pull Ietlulied t SCairpolr
and Brandy Strickland; two The mercury also dropped into their hoods and scarves tight to protect exposed skin from nearly instant frost- GREENVILLE, S.C.
great-grandchildren, Bent-GREV S.
ley Birge and Paisley Joiner; negative territory in Milwaukee, St. bite. -Republican U.S. Sen.
a sister, Lois Brown of An- Louis and Chicago, which set a re- that went out of control and col- uled flights to and from New York Lindsey Graham was on
napolis, Maryland; and a cord for the date at minus 16. Wind lided with a snowplow Monday in and Boston on Monday. Southwest board a United Airlines
host of nieces, nephews, chills across the region were 40 be- Missouri and three fatal accidents ground to.a halt in Chicago earlier flight to Washington,
and other extended family, low and colder. Records also fell in in Michigan. in the day, but by the evening, flights D.C., that had to turn
In lieu of flowers, the fam- Oklahoma, Texas and Indiana. It took authorities in southern I1 resumed in "a trickle," a spokesman back to the Greenville-
ily suggests memorial con- Forecasters said some 187 million linois using 10-ton military vehicles said. Spartanburg Interna-
tributions be made to people in all could feel the effects known as "wreckers" until early Authorities in Indiana and Ken- tionalAirport because a
Emerald Coast Hospice, of the "polar vortex" by the time it Monday to clear all the chain-reac- tucky where temperatures warning light came on.in
4374 Lafayette Street, Ma-
4374 LaFlorida 32446. Ma- spread across the country on Mon- tion accidents caused when several dropped into the single digits and the cockpit.
Memorialization will be day night and Tuesday. semis jackknifed along snowy in- below, with wind chills in the minus irport spokesman
by cremation. Record lows were possible in the terstates. The crash stranded about 20s and worse warned people RosylinWeston said
Adams Funeral Home in East and South, with highs in the 375 vehicles, but there were no fa- not to leave their homes unless they the plane landed safely
Blountstown is in charge of single digits expected Tuesday in talities or injuries, largely because needed to go someplace safer. about 3 p.m. Monday.
the arrangements. Phone Georgia andAlabama. Subzerowind motorists either stayed with their The company that operates the Fromwireorts
674-5449.. You may offer chills wereforecastup anddownthe cars or were rescued and taken power grid supplying energy to From wire reports
the family condolences on- coast, including minus 10 in Atlanta to nearby warming centers, said more than 61 million people in
line at adamsfh.com. and minus 12 in Baltimore. Jonathon Monken, director of the parts of the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest
From the Dakotas to Maryland, Illinois Emergency Management and South asked Monday night that Sneads
FiB lrit f~schools and day care centers shut Agency. Others got stuck in the users conserve electricity because Sn
down. snowdrifts, including the Southern of the cold, especially in the morn- From Page 1A
"You definitelyknowwhen you are Illinois University men's basketball ing and midafternoon.
Artistic Designs Unimited Inc. not wearing your thermal undergar- team, which had to spend the night Meanwhile, utility crews worked that further investigation
Your Local Florist and Gifts ments," said StaciKalthoff, who rais- in a church. to restore power to more than 40,000 revealed a broken tele-
2911 Jefferson St. Marianna es cattle with her husband on a 260- In the eastern United States, tem- Indiana customers affected by the phone line that was se-
850-372-4456 acre farm in Albany, Minn., where peratures in the 40s and 50s Mon- weekend storm and cautioned that cured to the pharmacy's
Michael's Toggery the temperature hovered around 24 day helped melt piles of snow from some people could be in the cold exterior wall with metal
Funeral Appropriate Attire below zero and winds made it feel a storm last week, raising the risk and dark for days. clips and shoe marks
2878 Jefferson St. Marianna like minus 46. "You have to dress re- that roads would freeze over as the Ronald G. Smith Sr. took shelter on the wall, where "the
850-482-8647 ally, really warm and come in more cold air moved in Monday night, at an Indianapolis Red Cross after defendant attempted to
often and thaw out everything." said Bob Oravec from the Weather waking up the previous night with climb the wall by hold-
Co d Even with this nostril-freezing Prediction Center in College Park, the power out and his cat, Sweet ing the telephone line."
cold, the family still prefers winter Md. The snap was set to be dramat- Pea, agitated. When it broke away from
over summer, ic Springfield, Mass., enjoyed 56 "The screen door blew open and the wall, this caused Da-
From Page 1A "You can always put on more lay- degrees Monday morning but faced woke me up, and it was cold and vis to fall and hurt his
ers," she said. "When it gets hot, you an overnight low of 6. dark. I got dressed and I was scared, ankle.
The duration and inten- can only take off so much." More than 3,700 flights were can- thinking, 'What am I going to do? No further informa-
sity of these cold tempera- For a big swath of the Midwest, celed by late Monday afternoon, fol- My cat knew something was wrong. tion about the extent of
tures can pose a, danger the subzero cold moved in behind lowing a weekend of travel disrup- He was jtimping all over the place," the injury was available,
to pipes, plants, pets and another winter wallop: more than tion across the U.S. Airline officials Smith said. though SPD did indicate
people who lack adequate a foot of snow and high winds that said de-icing fluid was freezing, Officials in Chicago and other cit- that Davis refused EMS
shelter. made traveling treacherous. Several fuel was pumping sluggishly, and ies checked on the homeless and treatment from Jackson
Most buildings do not deaths since Saturday were blamed ramp workers were having difficul- shut-ins for fear they might freeze County Fire-Rescue and,
have exposed pipes, but on the snow, ice and cold; including ty loading and unloading luggage. to death on the street or in their after he was transported
elevated structures like a 1-year-old boy who was in a car JetBlue Airways stopped all sched- homes, from the scene, an officer
some mobile homes may had to carryhim from the
have exposed pipes that patrol car into the police
need to be prqtected or station.
those pipes could burst to- '"l at a residence in the area. The deceased has been Sheriff's Office previously Found in Davis' pos-
night or Tuesday night. BOU This call was received identified, but his name issued a press release con- session was a backpack
during the early morning is being withheld pending cerning a vehicle pursuit containing various items
From Page 1A hours of Jan. 6. The caller notification of the next of in the same vicinity that described by police as
white male who appeared reported that the suspi- kin. occurred around 5 p.m. "burglary tools" a
Ti s to have been recently cious person's clothing The iiitial investigation on Jan. 5. During that in- custom hammer with
F deceased. seemed weathered and of this death, according to cident a male passenger a pick on one side, two
From Page 1A By the male's clothing that he appeared to be in a JCSO, does not appear to fled on foot from an area, flashlights and some
working smoke detectors and physical appear- disoriented state of mind. be criminal in nature. in close proximity to the rope. The man also had a
on every floor and in ev- ance, deputies believe he Prior to the arrival of law The Medical Examiner's location that the deceased folding knife in his pants
ery sleeping room of your was outdoors for several enforcement, the male Office for the 14th Circuit was found. pocket.
house: hours, left, walking in an easterly and the Florida Depiart-. At this time, officials Davis was later trans-
a Make sure vents and The physical description, direction. Several deputies ment of Law Enforce- say, there is no evidence ported to the Jackson
return-air registers are of the deceased matched searched the area for this ment are assisting in the, to support the correlation County jail. He was
not blocked by furniture, the description from a individual, but were not investigation. that the two incidents are charged with attempted
draperies, doors or other suspicious persons call able to locate him. The Jackson County related. burglary of a structure,
obstacles. possession of burglary
Don't use your oven to tools and resisting arrest
heat your home it's very C t e 1 Correctional Institution pull it over. Authorities After an extensive search without violence.
costly and most impor- C at lrcu K-9 team searched for An- said Andrews backed the which had extended by
tantly, it's very dangerous. rdrews over the next sev- pickup into the officer's then into the early morn-
Many more ideas are From PagelA eral hours but could not patrol car, disabling it, ing hours of Monday, An- 1'r gS
available at MyGulfPower. initially locate him. then forced another patrol drews was found several SD ugs
com. Mustang entered Holmes Around 11:15 p.m. that car into a ditch. hundred yards inside a From Page lA
County and became dis- evening, however, the trail The truck was soon on swamp.
abled on North Holmes heated up again when the move again, but lo- Authorities also reported and the name of the driv-
Creek Road. Abandon- someone who lives off cated once more with the that, in responding to as- er was not given.
FO U10W US Ol ing the car, Andrews ran North Holmes Creek Road help of an on-board track- sist the Bonifay police of- Officers obtained con-
from the scene but was called the Holmes Coun- ing system. This time, it .ficer, a Holmes County sent to search the vehicle
WTitter soon captured by a Jack- ty Sheriff's Office about was found just north of 'Deputy hydroplaned on duringthetraffic stop and
son County deputy who a burglary. The victim Bonifay, where a Bonifay Highway 2 and crashed found a small amount of
caught up with him on said his household was police officer started pur- her cruiser in the woods, suspected methamphet-
foot. awakened to the sound suing it. Andrews crashed She and the Bonifay offi- amine in a purse be-
Deputies then found of Andrews entering the through a fence during cer were treated for their longing to Criswell. The
methamphetamine in home through a win- that chase, drove through injuries and subsequently substance subsequently
the vehicle. Andrews was dow. The homeowner a pasture and crashed into released from medical field tested positive as
placed in aHolmes County said he retrieved his fire- a pond, officials allege. Au- care. meth, according to the
deputy's cruiser when he arm and confronted the thorities say the Bonifay Andrews is currently release. Investigators also
was arrested, but then es- intruder. Authorities said police officer, in attempt- charged with felony flee- determined that Criswell
caped from the patrol car Andrews grabbed the keys ing to stay out of Andrews' ing/attempting to elude, is currently on state pro-
before he could be taken to the victim's GMC 2500 path, drove his cruiser escape, possession of bation for grand theft
to jail. pickup truck and left in into a ditch and crashed. methamphetamine, driv- and obstructing a crime
Deputies from Holmes that vehicle. Meanwhile, Andrews ing while his license was investigation.
tijftterO m/ and Jackson counties, as A little later, an officer abandoned the truck that suspended or revoked, She is charged in this
well as officers from the with the Graceville Police he had driven into the burglary of an occupied case with possession of
JCfloridannews Graceville Police Depart- Department found the pond, running into the dwelling, and grand theft a controlled substance
ment and the Holmes stolen truck and tried to woods. auto. arid two counts of violat-
ing state probation.

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Senate confirms Yellen to chair Federal Reserve
The Associated Press housing bubble that could ers less than fully healthy.
burst and damage the en- It said it will continue to
WASHINGTON The tire economy. keep interest rates low and
Senate confirmed Janet "She understands how try to boost unusually low
Yellen on Monday as the risky financial practices inflation, which can slow
first woman to lead the deep inside the largest spending and borrowing.
Federal Reserve, elevating Wall Street banks can have During her November
an advocate of fighting un- a terrible and terrifying confirmation hearing be-
employment and a backer impact on American fami- fore the Senate Banking
of the central bank's efforts lies," Brown said.- Committee, Yellen said the
to spur the economy with But Sen. Charles Grass- Fed's bondbuyingprogram
low interest rates and mas- ley, R-Iowa, criticized Yel- has successfully supported
sive bond purchases. len for supporting the the economy by keeping
Yellen, 67, will replace d Fed's "easy money" poli- long-term borrowing rates
Ben Bernanke, who is step- cies of low interest rates low.
ping down after serving as and bond purchases. The Fed's holdings have
chairman for eight years "No one can deny that reached $4 trillion, more
dominated by the Great the risks are real and could than quadruple their level
Recession and the Fed's ef- be devastating" if those before the financial crisis
forts to combat it. policies continue for too hit in late 2008.
Senators confirmed her long, Grassley said. The U.S. economy has
by 56-26, with numerous eTHEASSOCIATEDPRESS Yellen's GOP critics have grown only modestly since
absences caused by airline In this Nov. 14photo, Janet Yellen, of California, smiles as she is introduced as being the first said the Fed has inflated the Great Recession offi-
flight delays forced by arc- female to be nominated as Federal Reserve Board chair, prior to testifying on Capitol Hill in stock and real estate prices cially ended in June 2009,
tic temperatures around Washington. Yellen was approved by the Senate on Monday, Jan. 6, as the first woman to head by pumping money into though it has shown en-
much of the country. All the Federal Reserve in its 100-year history the markets, creating in- couraging signs in recent
45 voting Democrats werpe chief economist for John champion" who 'will pro- of San Francisco, chaired vestment 'bubb es that months.
joined by 11 Republicans Hancock Financial Servic- tect them. President Bill Clinton's could burst and wound the President Barack Obama
in supportingYellen, while es, who envisions a grow- "I am'confident that Ja- Council of Economic Ad- economy anew. nominated Yellen in Oc-
26 Republicans voted "no." ing economy this year. net will stand up for Amer- visers and has been an Some also warn that as tober after considering
Vice chair of the Fed Under Bernanke, the Fed ican workers, protect con- economics professor at the the Fed starts to trim: its selecting Lawrence Sum-
since 2010, Yellen begins has driven short-term in-. sumers, foster the stability University of California at bond holdings, it could mers, a former Treasury
her four-year term as-lead- terest rates down to near of ourfinancialsystem and Berkeley. spook financial markets, secretary who had been
er of the century-old bank zero and flushed money help keep our economy Yellen, who as an aca- threatening the economy's a close Obama adviser
on Feb. 1. With the econ- into the economy with growing for years to come," demic has focused on recovery by causing stock early in his presidency.
omy rebounding from the huge bond purchases, Obama said. unemployment and its prices to drop and interest Summers withdrew after
depths of the recession which it has just started Lobbyists for the bank- causes, is considered a rates to rise. opponents complained
but only modestly so far, to ease. Yellen, a strong ing and financial services "dove" who wants the Fed Last month, the Fed an- about his temperament
many economists expect Bemanke -ally, has sp- sectors issued statements more focused on creating nounced that it will start and past support for bank
her to focus on how to ported those policies 'and pledging to work with jobs because unemploy- gradually reducing its $85 deregulation.
nurture growth without is expected 'to continue Yellen. Both industries ment is high and inflation billion in monthly bond Obama called Yellen a
putting it into overdrive, them until concrete signs have led a fight to water is low. "Hawks" on these purchases, trimming them "proven leader" and hailed
which could risk fueling emerge of sustained im- down restrictions im- issues prefer a stronger back initially to $75 bil- her frequent focus on the
inflation. provement ofthe economy posed' by Obama's 2010 emphasis on preventing lion this month and taking unemployed, saying, "She
"The bigdebate will be and job market. law overhauling how the inflation. "furthef rmeasured steps" understands the human
when the Fed should tight- In a written statement, nation's financial system is n brief debate on her as econoic conditions cost when people can't
en and how much, rather President Barack Obama regulated. nomination; Sen. Sherrod improve. find ajob."
than when to step on the said Yellen's approvalt AnativeofBrooklyn, N.Y., bBrown, D-Ohio, lauded Butthe Fedalso indicated Yellen will preside over
gas pedal and how hard," means "the American Yellen previously headed Yellen, who was one of the that it will keep supporting her first Fed meetings as
predicted Bill Cheney, people will have a fierce the Federal Reserve Bank first to warn in 2007 of a an economy that it consid- chair on March 18 and 19.



Unemployment bl irst up in Senate for 2014
The Associated Press first showdown was weeks of benefits to an es- expired farm and feeding a debut that was widely in my district are kicked off
postponed at thelast min- timated 1.3 million long- programs. And just ahead panned ly lawmakers in health care and watch as.
WASHINGTON The ute until Tuesday morning term jobless affected when is a requirement to raise both parties and byObama their premiums and costs
Senate plunged into an at the behest of Republi- the program expired on the nation's debt limit. himself. skyrocket, but I still sup-
election-year session cans, who noted that more Dec. 28. Paymehts, which The House is scheduled The political stakes were port this law -.and com-
Monday that promises to than a dozen lawmakers average about $256 weekly, to return from its year- immediately on display as mit that I will continue to
be long on political ma- had been unable to return will be cut'off to thousands end break 'on Tuesday, lawmakers headed back to support it through Elec-
neuvering and less so on to Washington betause of more in the coming weeks and already, majority Re- the Capitol. tion Day," it says.
accomplishment, y begin- bad weather. s, their initial 28 weeks' publicns haye sered no. The Senate. Democrats' In the Senate, Democrats
ning with a slow-motion Even then the rhetoric worth of unemployment tice they will continue to campaign organization said the unemployment
struggle over legislation was heated. "It's trans- b'ensfitsexpire. challenge Democ~ats over issued a :statement pre- legislation would benefit
to renew lapsed jobless parent this is a political The bill is the first on the the health care program dicting, "nearly every Re-' the jobless and the nation-
benefits for the long-term exercise," said Sen. John Senate's agenda for the known as "Obamacare." publican Senate candidate al economy as well
unemployed. Cornyn, R-Texas, moments year and part of a heaping In a memo to the rank in the country, will, align "These are people. who
"I'm optimistic, cau- before Reid agreed to the portion of leftovers from .and file last week, Major- themselves with the tea want to worke but they
tiously optimistic, that delay. 2013. ity Leader Eric Cantor, R- party to block the renewal need some help," Sen.
the new year will bring a Democratic support- House and Senate law- Va., said there would be a of long-term unemploy- Jack Reed, D-RI,, said of:
,renewed spirit of coop- ers of the three-month makers are negotiating vote quickly on legislation ment benefits, and Ameri- the men and women who
eration to this chamber," extension of jobless ben- privately over legislation requiring "prompt noti- can families have only have been out ofworkon-
said Majority Lader Harry efits said they were close to keep the government fication in the event ofa begun to feel the painful ger than 26 or 28 weeks.
Reid, D-Nev., in the first to the 60 votes needed to operating normally when breach involting personal consequences." Many, he said, are middle-
remarks of the year on the advance the White House- current funding expires information." House Republicans class, middle-aged people
Senate flobr. backed bill. Their chances Jan. 15. Agreement is ex- The health care law is focused their energy who never thought they
Within moments, he hinged on securing back- pected quickly, since the expected to be a central elsewhere. would wind up in the situ-
pivoted, accusing Repub- ing from at least four Re- two sides and the White issue in next fall's election They' unveiled a mock ation in Which they find
licans of "never, ending publicans in addition to House reached agreement with control of the House "Obamacare" campaign themselves.
obstruction" to President Sen. Dean Heller of high- on an overall spending cap .and Senate at stake, and pledge and challenged Reid said that as the un-
Barack Obama's proposals unemployment Nevada, a before adjourning for the Democrats were on the Democratic lawmakers to employed spend the funds
over the pasffive years. co-sponsor. holidays. defensive at the end of last sign it. they receive, the overall
A test vote, on the unem- The bill would restore A separate set of talks is year when a major expan- "The law'may be incred- economy grows by $1.50
ployment bill the year's between 14 weeks and 47 on legislation to replace sion of the program had ibly unpopular as people for every$1 in benefits.

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than a thousand couples fornia, Irvine. He believes I
rushing to get married. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS justicS Want the issue to
The justices did not rule In this Dec. 20 photo, Chris Serrano (left) and Clifton Webb work its way through nor-
on the merits of the case embrace after being married, outside of the marriage division mal legal channels before
or on same-sex marriage ofthe Salt Lake County Clerk's Office in Salt Lake City. theyweighin.
bans in general, leaving couples who brought the from the decision to halt Meanwhile, the state is
both sides confident they'll Utah lawsuit that led to the, same-sex marriages in trying to determine wheth-
ultimately win. The deci- 'surprise Dec. 20 ruling by Utah. Justice Sonia Soto- er the marriages that have
sion stays in effect while U.S. District Judge Robert mayor, who handles emer- alreadytakenplace are still
the Denver-based 10th Shelby, who said the state's gency appeals from Utah valid
'U.S. Circuit Court of Ap- ban on same-sex marriage and the five other states Marriage licenses issued
peals considers the long- violated gay and lesbian in the 10th Circuit, turned in 2008 in California prior
term question of whether couples' constitutional the matter over to the en- to the passage of the state's
gay couples have a right to rights. tire court. same-sex marriage ban
wed in Utah. State officials praised Many believe the Su- were eventually upheld by
For those couples who .Monday's decision to put preme Court will settle the the state supreme court.
just got married or were a hold on. things, saying issue for good. Utah At- But marriages licenses is-
planning their nuptials it should have come ear- torney General Sean Reyes sued in San Francisco in
the latest twist in the lier. Two previous courts said the court's decision 2004 after mayor Gavin
legal battle clouds what turned down their request indicates an interest in Newsom told city officials
was seen as a cause for for a stay. Utah's case, and he hopes to grant them were later I I
celebration. "Clearly, the Stay should the justices issue a final invalidated by the state su-
"It feels like we are sec- have been granted with answer. preme court.
ond-class citizens during the original District Court Others doubt the high That leads NeJaime to
the stay," said Moudi Sbe- decision in order to have court will step in any time believe a court will need to
ity, who is waiting to get avoided the uncertainty soon. In June, the justices nrule on Utah's marriages. If i
marrieduntilthelegalpro- created by this unprece- decided not to weigh in the Utah attorney general
cessplaysout."There'salso dented change," Gov. Gary on the constitutionality of challenges the validity of
the fear of the unknown of Herbert said. defining marriage as be- the licenses as expected,
what might come next." The Supreme Coiurt's ing between a man and that might lead to several
Sbeity and partner Derek unsigned order did not woman, relying instead on months of limbo for the
_JKitchen are among three indicate anyone dissented a technical legal argument couples, hc said.










CC Mens' Basketball


A. Indians escape against Pirates, welcome 'Dores
BY DUSTIN KENT quick turnaround against an McKay drew a foul with seven there with a great win."
dkent@jcfloridan.com improved and hot Commodores seconds on the clock and nailed Cassell, Jr. led the Indians
The No. 5 Chipola Indians club. both attempts to putthe Indians with 22 points, while Carlos
had to work hard for their first The Indians faced a six-point in front. Morris added 20 points on just
Panhandle Conference victory second-half deficit Saturday The Pirates had one last chance nine shots, with Cinmeon Bow-
Saturday night in Pensacola, night and trailed 72-69 with just to win but missed a last-second ers posting 11 points and nine
and they won't get much time a couple of minutes remaining, three-pointer as time expired. rebounds.
to savor it with the Gulf Coast But a big three-pointer by "It was a great win for us," Kevin Baker had 16 points to
Commodores coming to town" Sam Cassell, Jr. on a play in ChipolacoachPatrickBlake said. lead the way for the Pirates, with
tonight. which he was fouled led to a "I give a lot of credit to (Pensac- Richardson and RaAnthony
Chipola won its league opener four-point play and the lead for ola State) coach (Pete) Peha and Sanders each scoring 15 points,
77-76 over a game Pensacola Chipola. their team. They played an ex- and Shamar Johnson 10 to go
PHOTOBY DANIELWILLIAMS State Pirates squad thanks to A pair of Denzel Richardson cellent game.We were just fortu- with seven rebounds.
Chipola's Ty Baker slams the ball a pair of late free throws by Ja-' free throws put Pensacola back nate enough to make one more
during a game earlier this season, maar McKay and will have a up with 19 seconds to play, but play than them and come out of SeeINDIANS, Page 6B

CC Womens'
COI.TLEGE FOOTIBARL Basketban

Lady Indians

win 6: straight

in PC opener
BY bUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The No. 5 Chipola Lady Indians
made it six wins in a row Satur-
day night with a comfortable
91-76 road victory
over the Pensacola
State Lady Pirates
in their -Panhan-
dle Conference,
o6pener.
The Lady Indians
S(17-1) took control early on,
SPA jumping out to a 10-point lead
eight minutes into the game and
carrying a 42-35 edge into the
halftime break.
Chipola continued to pull
away in the second half and
cruised to victory thanks to a
SAUBRN balanced offensive effort that
included four players in double
'figures led by freshman cen-
ter Evelyn Akhator, who had 19
points and 10 rebounds in her
first game back after missing
the previous five with a knee
injury.
See OPENER, Page 6B

CBS BBys'
BaskoetbaRl A

Chipley eases

by Cottondale
BY DUSTIN KENT
ALBERTCESARE/ACESARE@OANOW.COM dkent@jcfloridan.com
Auburn Tigers quarterback Nick Marshall (14) is tackled by Florida State Seminoles linebacker Terrance Smith (24) during the first half of the The Chipley Tigers completed
BCS National Championship at the Rose Bowl on Monday. a season sweep of the Cottondale
Hornets on Saturday afternoon
victory to improve to
Florida State tops Auburn in finaFl minutes fora ntitledvicthory touiaproen: o
8-1 on the year.
Trent Forrest and
The Associated Press Davis gave Florida State a Tyrome Sharpe
first-and-goal at the 2 and Auburn Tigers each scored 21
PASADENA, Calif. Ja- on the next play Winston defensive points to lead the Ti-
meis Winston threw a 13- hit his big receiver for the .back Jenmaine gers, while Adrian Sims added 11
yard touchdown pass to touchdown. Whitehead points, Brad Hall nine, and Dan-
Kelvin Benjamin with 13 Tre Masonohad given Au- (9) tackles iel Floyd seven.
seconds left and No. 1 Flor- burn (12-2) a31-271eadwith Florida State Chipley won the first meeting
ida State beat No. 2 Auburn a 37-yard touchdown run Seminoles of the season 79-69 in Cotton-
34-31 to win the last BCS na- with 1:19 left after Kermit running dale on Nov. 22, though Satur-
tional championship game Whitfield had put Florida biaams (ao day's rematch wasn't nearly as
on Monday night. State in the lead for the first during the competitive.
Winston struggled much time since the first quarter first half
of the night but was near with a 100-yard kickoff re- of the BCS a 15-point halftime lead and
perfect when the Seminoles turn to make it 27-24 with National blew the game open in the sec-
(14-0) needed it most, go- 4:31 left. Championship ond half, overwhelming a Hor-
ing 6 for 7 for 77 yards, on Mason ran for 195 yards. at the Rose nets squad that had won five of
the game-winning 80-yard Winston was 20 for35 for Bowl on its previous six games, coming
drive. A pass interference 237 yards and two fourth- Monday. in.
penalty on Auburn's Chris quarter touchdown passes. ALBERTCESARE/ACESARE@OANOW.COM
See EASE, Page 6B


High School bFootball SHS BOYS BASKETBALL


Hornets place 3 on All State team
BY DUSTIN KENT neads'
dkent@jcfloridan.com tackle position. lineman Tommy Futch making first I Blake
McAroy also carried the ball for team on offense, and junior defen-
TheCottondale Hornetshadtheir 643 yards 'and eight touchdowns, sive back Corin Peterson making Johnson
best football season in school his- buthe made his biggest mark on de- first team defense. tries to block
tory in 2013, and three players off fense by notching 118 tackles in- Blountstown linebacker Antho- the shot of
of the CHS team that made it all cluding 12 forloss-three sacks, two ny Wyrick made the second team
the way to the state semifinals were interceptions, four forced fumbles, defense. Blountstown's
recognized with Monday's release of and a defensive touchdown from" The Vernon Yellowjackets placed Nathan Dun-
the Associated Press All State foot- his safety position. a pair of defenders on the second ham during a
ball teams. Chipley star running back Kobe team in linebacker Darius Peterson
Three seniors- running back Nor- McCrary made the first team of- and defensive back Austin Brown. game Saturday
ris Calhoun, offensive tackle Derrick fense for the Tigers after piling up Among the locals named Honor- in Blount-
Wilson, and defensive back Shaun- 1,361 yards and 16 touchdowns on able Mention in 1A are Sneads run- stown. The
dre McAroy- were all named to the 156 carries in 2013, while teammate ning back Antwan Durn, Blount-
1A Second Team. JJ Holmes made the first team on stown kicker Andrew Bennett, and Tigers won the
The 5-foot-9, 180-pound Calhoun the offensive line. Blountstown linebacker Javekiel gamne 55-51.
finished the year with 1,600 yards State runner-up Blountstown put Brigham.
and 19 touchdowns on 221 rushes three players on the first team and In 4A, Marianna Bulldogs junior
with the 6-foot-6, 300-pound Wil- another on the second, with tight linebacker KyleTannerearned Hon- PHOTO YJENNIER BASFORD
son paving the way from his left end Hunter Jordan and offensive orableMention. PHOTOBYJENNIFERBASFORD
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College Football


Charlie Strong promises Texas will be tough

The Associated Press "It's time to put the pro- Brown exiting after 16 signal for the cameras.
gram back on the national years, and Texas turning "Let's go win foot-
AUSTIN, Texas- Charlie stage," Strong said Mon- to the coach who led Lou- ball games," Strong
Strong talked about being day at his introductory isville to a 23-3 mark and said. "Let's go win
tough and winning cham- news conference. "The two bowl wins the last two championships."
pionships. That is exactly mentality is always going seasons. The 53-year-old Strong
what Texas fans wanted to to be mental and physi- Strong also had a repu- clearly has some of the
hear from their new foot- cal toughness ... We will tation of being incom- same pages from Brown's
ball coach. be a hardnosed football fortable with the media, playbook. He embraced
There's little doubt he team." but with his wife and the legacy of Texas's foot-
can deliver the first. The That's the reputation two daughters sitting in ball tradition when he en-
second partwill determine Strong brings to Texas, the front row watching tered the room and hugged
whether he can revive a which has floundered him, he breezed through Edith Royal, the widow of
dormant program back since playing for the 2009 his 45-minute news former Longhoms coach
and push it back among national championship. conference with smiles Darrell Royal who won THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
the national elite where Four seasons of at least and jokes before end- national titles in 1963 and A welcome sign is displayed on the scoreboard at Darrell K
the Longhorns are desper- four losses and no Big 12 ing with the trademark 1969 and a share of a third Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium for new Texas football coach
ately longing to be. titles ended with Mack "Hook'em Horns" hand in 1970. Charlie Strong on Monday.




Golden: 'Humbling and



flattering to be pursued

The Associated Press ,the assembly of a recruit-
the Aing class without having
CORAL GABLES, Fla. anyone wonder how much
Miami coach Al Golden trouble the Nevin Shap- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
said Monday that he has iro matter will ultimately Central Florida.quarterback Blake Bortles (5) looks to throw
been pursued by other cause the school. The as teammate Storm John'son (8) watches Baylor defensive
programs, doing so while NCAA said last year that back Sam Holl (25) during the first half of the Fiesta Bowl
reaffirming his commit- Miami's football program on Jan.1 t s
ment to the Hurricanes will lose nine scholarships
and' refusing to discuss over threeyears.
his repdrted candidacy at "We've made a lot of
Penn State. progress now," Golden "JC
Further, Golden repeat- said. 'This will be our first
ed that he's ready to ex- year being able to going
perience working without out and recruit without and 1B oh o
the NCAA invetigatory HEASSOCIATEDPRESS any NCAA cloud hanging
cloud h ing ves ry Miami coach Al Golden talks duringa football news conference over us. There's a big part
school. on Monday. of me that wants that. I
"It's humbling and flat- made sense for man rea- that Bill O'Brien did for haven't experienced that.g
tering, a testament to our sons.. He played for Je Pa- two seasons before leaving .None of us have eperi-
staff and student-athletes, terno, was a Nittany Lions Penn State. enced that. We haven't re-
,that other people express captain and his experi- But the NCAA issue is ally experienced a season The Associated Press its first BCS bowl, help-
interest in us," Golden ence at Miami throughout essentially dead -now .at or a training camp with- ing the Knights survive in
said. its rogue-boosteri scandal Miami, and Golden can out that hanging over our ORLANDO, Fla Blake seven games decided by
Golden is 22-15 in three showed that he can lead spend this month doing heads." Bortles arrived at UCF as seven or few points. It in-
seasons at Miami and was a program through diffi- something he's yet to do So the NCA matter a virtual unknown quar- cluded a 21-point come-
widely pegged as a candi- cult. offthe-field matters, in his tenure with the Hur- is done, and Golden is' terback Nvith modest ex- i back in an upset win over
date for Penn State, which much in the same way ricanes, that being close staying. pectations. Running back Louisville. The 12-1record
Storm Johnson was a was a programbest.
transfer looking for a new He finished 2013 pass-
start. ing'for 3,581 yards and 25
Clemson's Watkins says he's entering NFL draft ste ard taing ithe for d yads ah e
Clemson .Is Watkns hes enter N .:Both are heading to the touchdowns. The season
NFL after leading to the followed a sophomore
The Associated Press to an8-0 start and their first Atlan- Knights to the most suc- campaigninwhichhehad
tic Coast Conference title in two de- cessful campaign in pro- 25 touchdowns and threw
COLUMBIA, S.C. Clemson's re- cades. He was an AP All-American gram history. for more 3,059 yards.
cord-setting wide receiver Sammy that season with 82 catches, 1,219 The players announced Johnson transferred
Watkins says he's headed to the yards and:12 touchdowns. Monday that they will from Miami after his
NFL. Things took a turn as a sophomore skip themir senior sea- freshman season in 2010.
The 6-foot-i, 205-pound junior due to injuries and a two-game sus- sons and enter the NFt After sitting out in 2011,
from Fort Myers, Fla., confirmed re- pension to start the season after draft. he spent his first year
ports that he's leaving school, saying Watkins' offseason drg arrest. Wat- "After a lot of delibera at UCF in 2012 backing
Monday that he is entering May's kins pledged to rededicate himself tions and talking with my up Latavius Murray. He
NFL draft. to football and the Tigers and that parents, I've decided to was then elevated to the
'After much prayerful consider showed this past fall with single- try and pursue my goalto starting job as a junior
ation, I hve decided to take the next season school marks of 101 catches play in the NFL and cap- this season and finished
step in pursuing my lifelong dream and 1,464 yards. ture my lifelong dream," 'with 1,139 yards and 14
of playing in the NFL," Watkins said "I would not have this opportiu- Bortles said. I just touchdowns.
in a statement released by Clemson. nity without the support and en- couldift be more proud "This was a tough jour-
Watkins has set 23 school records couragement of my family, coaches, to say I played football at ney for me and I'm just
in three seasons. He finishedhis ca-' teammates, andthe best fans in col- UCF, and it was the best super proud to have the
reer as the most outstanding player lege football. No matter Where my four years of my life." support of coach (George)
of the rage Bowl. He caught 16 THEASSOCIATEDPRESS next steps ay lea, will always In his second year as the O'Leary and the coaching
passes fr 227 yards and two touch Cemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins take' pride" in Clemson, Watkins Knights' starter, Bortles staff," Johnson said. "It
pao s in Noyrds and12 Cmsos 4-35 makes a catch duing college football said. helped UCF bounce back was a hard decision, but I
downs in Noc 12 Clemson's 40-35
win over seventh-ranked Ohio practice on Dec.30. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney told from a narrow early sea- had to make the best deci-
State. i touchdowns tied the Clemson mark The Associated Press Monday that son loss to'South Carolina sion for me."
Watkins is considered the top re- of former teammate DeAndre Hop- Watkldns has shown what can be ac- to win end the season on a Both Bortles and John-
ceiver prospect available and a top- kins, who left after his.junior season complished when you Combine tal- nine-game winning streak son sought ratings from
15 selection in the NFLdraft. last year and became a first-round ent and work ethic. and upset win over heav- the NFL Draft Advisory
Watkins leaves as the school's allr draft pick of the Houston Texans. "We have won 32 games, the ACC ly favored Baylor in the Board. Several analysts
time leader with 240 receptions, Watkins was an instant sensation and the Orange Bowl since he ar- Fiesta Bowl. project Bortles as one of
3,391 receiving yards and 15 games from .the moment he walked on rived," Swinney said. "Pretty obvious Bortles, was a constant the top three quarterbacks
with 100 or more yards. His 27 career campus in 2011, helping the Tigers the impact he has had." throughout UCF's run to available in the draft.


Sport Briefs

High Sch66l 4 p.m. Recreational Expo (MERE) 482-6228 or come by dur- editorial@jcfloridan.com, for the paperis Jackson
Boys Basketball Thursday- Graceville located at 3625 Caverns ing registration, or fax them to 850-482- County Floridan P.O. Box
at'Cottondale, 5:30 p.m.; Road in Marianna. 4478. The mailing address 520 Marianna, FL 32447,
Tuesday- Marianna at Sneads at Blountstown, The registration fee Jackson Cont
Graceville, 5:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Basketball is $30 for l
7 p.m.; Sneads atVernon, Friday- Wewahitchka at participants. The fee must Travel Baseball
5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.; Cot- Sneads, 4 p.m.; Marianna be paid with a check or Jackson County Base-
tondale at Blountstown, atWest Florida, 4 p.m. money order; no checks ball will have tryouts
5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday- Malone at will be accepted. No one for 9U travel baseball
(Thursday- Malone at Central, 5 p.m. will be allowed to register Jan. 18 from noon to 3
Sneads, 5:30 p.m. and 7 after Jant 10. p.m. at Jennings Field in
p.m.; Graceville at Altha, Chipola Basketball Registration forms may Marianna. FedinBe Ed me ^
5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. also be picked up and Those attending will ,
Friday- Graceville at The'Chipola men's and dropped off at City Hall. need baseball pants,
Cottondale, 5:30 p.m. and woten's basketball teams All participants must cleats, and a glove, and
7 p.m.; Wewahitchka at will playhost to Gulf Coast bring a copy of their birth players from Jackson
Sneads, 5:30 p.m. and 7 on Tuesday night, with the certificate. County and surrounding
p.m.; Marianna at West women's game tipping off For more information counties are all invited.
Florida, 6 p.m. and 7:30 at 5:30 p.m. followed by visit us at www.leaguel- Those who attend will
p.m. the men at 7:30 p.m. ineup.com/mrd. The age also be entered into a OUIDA MORRIS PAT FURR CEcIL PowELL
Saturday- Malone at of all participants on Nov. drawing for a chance to 0k,"29- Fu( n" (26).pow019
Central, 6:30 P.m. MERE Basketball 1 of the current year will win a $30 gift card from c2 sunnyso.ol.com entury2l.com
be the player's age for the Hibbett Sports.
Hi Shoo Marianna Recreation entire season. For any further infor-
Department will offer Anyone that may be mation, call 209-5834 or
Girls Basketball three basketball leagues interested in coaching a 557-0419.
Tuiesday- Marianna at for youth ages 5 to 13, team or officiating youth
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working nights, is security minded, has good Chad's Used &
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vacation. EOE/M/F/D/V. Pre-employment 850-638-8570 Leave Message LOW CREDIT OK SSI & VA OK
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lawn care, No Pets 850-592-1639 8243.

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future! Start training' h T HO E & Call 334-470-1972 or 470-1971.
for a new career in 2007 V STAR 1300lack) One Owner Garage
FOR I Medical Assisting, Winnebago 1995 Vectra 33 ft. C/H&A, auto lev- 2007 V STAR 1300 (Black) One Owner Garage
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin ling, Q-bed, new tires batteries frig 75 an Keep Like New, 2000 Miles $5,500 Bought in
& HVAC! side, micr-convection oven combo, gas stove, 2008 High Booster 1300 GSX Motorcycle Navy
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 hot wteer $ 30 50 amp power,2all Blue w/pipes baffled out and jet.pipes. Nice,
For consumer info: Visit www.fortis.edu oignal paper work. $20,000. OBO 334-585-6689 Only 7745 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630.
TF-RAVELl TRl-A I OLER Oin TSlp FR RhF METRIC BIG TWIN 2004 Suzuki Volusia 830 ccAE N.9s c
15k miles, garage kept, chromed out, over 4k in
Cargo Trailer enclosed 12ft long, less than accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vance LF160346
4000 miles, rear and side doors. Bought in and Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights,
1 BR Artm s September $2300. OBO 217-424-1033. crash bar, bags, factory sissy.bar, eeto appre- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
ot rent included Fr eis g ciate, a steal at 3.5 k obo. 334-794-8709 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR E; B
1/1 apt. near Blue Springs $525/month; griffin@dothaneagle.com J. WHETNALL; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BETTY J.LORIDA
$400/deposit Call Joanne 850-693-0570. o A CIVIL DIVISIONRI L







S2 &3BR Mobile Homes Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner 16' Flatbed Utility Trailer Like new. Purchased OtO A ET ASS RIONE C.NA/
in Marianna &Sneads (850)2098595 low mileage, black w/gray t. new tires, in 2010. Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 CASE NO. 09-1072CA
RUNS GREAT!! Good tires., BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., successor by merger
Fod ca r rdov d pc 0Mo. 1994 F-15n 0 XLTd single cab, auto, 302 V i, New Sears battery, rear t BAC HOME LOAS SERVIING, L.P. F/A
D ,AP41 td le-dual tankse Po, lPS, PB PS, PDL, PW, complete window motor, fuel gauge. COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P.
MIza2 MiaX dey LoadedTr: 1Nbrake job, full tunew up. Red/Silver, rled cloth Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k Plaintiff,
OUE U RI seat. Looks, runs and drives good. Must see! miles on major tune-up,(including distributor,
1 & 2BR Apartmnnts in Marianna $4,595. Owner, Dothan, 334-671-3059. Allogs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as vs.
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own Ford 2001 Taurus, 231K.miles, my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking
Lot rent included. For details good condition. $1700.Send inquiries t: $3,400. 334-750-5000 JESSICA DILMORE; BRYAN S. DILMORE; BETY
850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4 Igriffin@dothaneagle.com J. WHETNALL; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BETY J.
or Call 334-712-7962 from 9-5 WHETNALL IF ANY; WEST FLORIDA ELECTRIC
B Mobile Homes Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner 16' Flatbed Utility Trailer Like new. Purchased COOERATIE AOCIATION, INC A/A ET
inMananna & Sneads (850)209-8595 low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, in 2010. Asking $1,400 cash.334-685-4807 Defendants.
Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151 _______ __ IB M /E R ON GUTRE__ _ _
.. Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! Like A RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
12-rpr 5M + new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis 1997 FORD Econoline Club Wagon Van Seats 11
334-714-0028. 8 people, 273k, Runs great, great, needs some NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order
Mazda 2008 Miata MX5 4cyl. Loaded. In great sm. repairs. Accepting closed bids, closed bids Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated Decem-
condition. 31,000 miles. Silver with black top. at (334)'308-2480. Starting bid is $1500. ber 16, 2Co13, and entered in Case No. 09-
1T 10, $14 500. 334-4 5-7402 1072CA, of the Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial
Sp w g t t D Circuit in and-for JACKSON County, Florida.
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., successor by merger
to BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. F/K/A
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P.

SPOUSE OF BETTY J, WHETNALL IF AIY; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE; WEST FLORIDA ELECTRIC CO-
OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC. A/K/A WEST
FLORIDA ELECTRIC; are defendants. I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE
NORTH DOOR, at 4445 LAFAYETTE STREET, MA-
RIANNA in JACKSON County, FLORIDA 32446, at
*H l e11:00 A.M., on the 6th day of February, 2014,
the following described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit:
BEGIN AT NE CORNER OF S 1/2 OR SE 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE
12 WEST, GO SOUTH 137.5 FEET FOR POINT OF
North lorida Renta Tony's Roofand ebris BEGINNING, THENCE WEST 400 FEET, HENCE
SOUTH 110 FEET, THENCE EAST 400 FEET,
ALL YOUR ROOFING NEEDS Re oval Remov small THENCE NORTH 110 FEET TO POINT OF BEGN-
Metal Shingles. *Flat Roofs Insured L DaBu ck NING. LYING AND BEING IN JACKSON COUNTY,
850-573-1880
Sving Jackson and Surro Counties eO w a 850394-7075 TOGETHER WITH A 2006 CAVALIER MOBILE
L # 2,P 2, MODEL n HOME WITH SERIAL NUMBERS:
MODEL CV06AL0268506A AND CV06AL0268506B
#B30L, B42L In Stock T
onesConcrete, LLC MoeModels Available A person claiming an interest in the surplus
Jo Is LLC More Models Available from the sale, if any, other than the property
Travis Jones owner as of the date of the lis 'pendens must
Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates 850-526 736 8 Tree Removal Tree Trimming file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
C uu usep Gridd ing h sb r r d c a
House Slabs Sidewalks 2890 Noland St. Marianna Stup Grindingate this th day of December
L I .ns ur ed!. F ree Etimates.--e h oc e,
Driveways & Pole Barns /s/DALE RABON GUTHRIE
150-h loid12 3 R O As Clerk of said Court

North Florida Rental ep By /s/ Tammy Bailey
WEL EA. PR E 38i As Deputy2Clerk
DOLM AR This Notice isprovided pursuant to Administra
Ative Order No. 2.065. In accordance with the
SBe au o oAmericans with ohe Disabilities Act, If you are a
person with -a disability who needs any accom-
POWER PRODUCTS - - modation in order to participate in this pro-
SMOEL #PS32, PS42, PS In Stoc ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
E p in the provision of certain assistance. Please
More Models Available co ROOFING.........:: .. ....... cntacttheADACoordinatorbymailatP.0o
3Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 32402 or by
8505261 0 C an 8 5oloset i phone at (850) 747-5338-at least seven (7) days
2Ponds Sre oa (bin50-0T Iwilll buy4 Mo i ghty used before your scheduled court appearance, or
Dozer and Excavation Work 2890 Noland St.Maanna ugD immediately upon receiing this notification if
Ponds- Road Building -Demolition und gd thing. the time before the scheduled appearance isif
Pino Tr8e PlantingHercide Spraying less thanseven()days. If youarehearingim-
Fire Line Plowing Burning
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games .kept the Miami
Dolphins out of the post-
season, and they'll have a
new play-caller in 2014.
Offensive coordinator
Mike Sherman was fired
Monday, the first change
THEASSOCIATED PRESS by the team since the holi-
New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels day collapse. Coach Joe
talks with quarterback Tom Brady (12) in the third quarter of Philbin defended Sherman
al game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. the day after the season,
but owner Stephen Ross
Mwas expected to demand
some sort of shake-up fol-
inw lowing the dismal finish.
interview w h Browns Sherman joined the Dol-
phins when Philbin was
The Associated Press land's season ends. The hired two years ago, and
Patriots, play Indianapolis the two have been close
CLEVELAND The on Saturday in a division- for more than 30 years. But
presumed favorite in al playoff. this season Sherimah's unit
the Browns' coaching McDaniels, who went ranked 27th in the NFL
search says he's in the 11-17 as Denver's coach in yards, allowed a fran-
running. before he was fired, did chise-record 58 sacks and
New England offensive not divulge details of his scored once in its final 24 THEASSOCTPRESS
coordinator Josh McDan- meeting, possessions. T AOT PE
iels cordinator Johe inter- me"The opportunities ting.r e The Dolphins (8-8) d Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) fries a pass against the New York Jets during
iels confirmed he inter- "The opportunities are TheDolphins(8-8) would the second quaer of an NFLfootball game Sunday, Dec. 29,
the Second quarter fan N football game Sunday, Dc. 29,
viewed over the weekend certainly flattering if they have made the playoffs if
with Cleveland owner come up," said McDan- they had won one of their family, his team, his play and I am very grateful to ance. Miami passed the
Jimmy Haslam and CEO iels, a native of Canton, final two games against ers and his profession. On have had the opportunity ball 65 percent of the time,
Joe Banner. The team is Ohio. "That being said, the Bills and Jets. Instead, behalf of the entire Miami to play for him for the last third-highest in the NFL,
searching for its second I am going to try to keep theywere beaten bya con'- Dolphins organization I sixyears. Ilearned so much and had games where they
coach in a year and sev- my focus on the Colts and bined score of 39-7. want to wish Mike and his about football and life in rushed for 2,14, 20 and 22
enth since 1999 after fir- our preparation this week. Other changes in Phil- family the very bestin the that time, and for that I am yards.
ing Rob Chudzinski last Like I've said inSthe past, bin's staff are possible, and future." forever grateful." The. Dolphins have
week. I'm fortunate to have the offensive line coach Jim Sherman has a six-year While Tannehill threw missed. the playoffs five
"Wemetandthat'sabout job I have, and I love be- Turner's status remains in relationship with quarter- for 3,913 yards and 24 years in a row and haven't
all there is at this point" ing here. I love doingwhat doubt. The: line was' the backRyan Tannehill dating scores this season, Sher- won a postseason game
McDaniels said Monday I'm doing. Each opportu- focus of a bullying scandal to their days at Texas A&M, man's play-calling came sine2000. Philbinis 15-17
during a conference call. nity that comes along is a that mushroomed at mid- where Sherman was Tan- into question because of in his first head-coaching
"Nothing further." little different and I'm go- season and left the Dol- nehill's head coach. Tan- the team's pass-runimbal- job.
The Browns began the ing to, leave it at that and phins without two starters, nehill won the Dolphins'
second week of their continue to put my effort and'the NFL has yet to re- starting job in training
search with no concision' and attention into the lease a report on its inves- camp as a rookie in 2012
.in sight. McDaniels wasn't Colts this Week." tigation into the case. and showed considerable
offered the )ob because McDaniels is one of Philbin ithanked Sher- progress this year until the
NFL rules prohibit teams three candidates known inan for his contributions final two games, when he
from making offers to as- to have interviewed with in a brief statement an- played poorly.
sistant coaches on playoff Haslam and Banner. The nouncing the firing. "Coach Sherman and I
teams until they are out of Browrns' -top brass also "Mike has been a men- have a great relationship,"
the postseason. interviewed Seattle de- tor to me throughout my Tannehill said in a, state-
Even if the Browns want fensive coordinator Dan coaching career, dating ment released bythe Dol-
to hire McDaniels, they Quinn and Arizona de- back to 1979," Philbin phins. "He has made sig-
can't discuss a contract fensive coordinator Todd said."He is a man of great nificant contributions to
with him until New Eng- Bowles. integrity, dedicated to his the Dolphin organization,



Panthers WR Smith says he wil play vs. 49ers
The Associated Press is how his sprained left that's when the confidence leading in touchdowns,
knee will feel during the increases." sprained his posterior cru
CHARLOTTE, N.C. game. The 34-year-pld Smith ciateligament in Carolina's BEN SAUNDERS, D.M D.
Panthers wide re- Smith said Monday "it's, says the knee "felt good" Week 16 win over New Or- V E ATRIC DbENTSTRY
ceiver Steve Smith says not about can I go. It's 'after doing some cutting leans and sat out the regu- 47
he'll play Sunday against about how confident do I during a light practice lar season finale against 47 High g Est M ann,
the San Francisco 49ers feel when I am going..Iwill Monday. He's expected to Atlanta (Betweeri Burger King & Big Lots) 526"sPIT
in the NFC divisional play Sunday. But it's about test it out moe thoroughly
playoffs. how much I don't worry Wednesday..
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plays at the end, but I down from his freshman cordially. invites you to the
i s thought we.did a very poor season when he. averaged
job executing the game 15.5 points per game, with'
From Page 1B plan defensively," he said. the 6-foot-5 wing putting
Chipola won .despite "The reason they shot 58 in just 10 points per game
committing 18 turnovers percent was they were able thus far, but he has missed
and surrendering 58 per- to get to the rim any time eight games due to injury
cent shooting from the they wanted. We've just got and scored 21 points on
field for the Pirates, over- to do a better job of com- 9-of-13 in his latest outing
coming it by outrebound- ing out there and execut- against East Georgia StateN
ing Pensacola by nine ingdefensively." on Dec. 30.DAL
and making 24-of-27 They'llget their first soon "It's really the first time
from the free throw line against a, Guilf Coast team all year that they're fully
to just 15-of-28 for the that has won six of its last healthy and they're play-
Pirates. seven games and possess- ing their ,best basketball
But while happy to come es a dynamic gulard trio now," Blake said of the
out with a victory, Blake in Jonathan Wade, Elliot Commodores. "It's a quick
said he was disappointed Cole, and sophomore All turnaround for us and it's
by his team's lack of con- Conference player Devon (Gulf Coast's) first confer-
sistency at the defensive Baulkman. ence game of the year, so
end of the court. Wade is leading the Comrn- they'll be ready. We've got.
"I told the guys I. was modores at 18,8 points per to be ready to compete
proud of them for not giv- game, while Cole is second and play our best game for
ing in in a very tough en- at 17.8points on over three 40 minutes."
vironment against a team made three-pointers per The game will tip at 7:30
that shot 58 percent and gmne. p.m.followingthewomen's
finding a way to make Baullkman's numbers are game at 5:30 p.ni.

Sophus, scored a season- followed by Teandra Jones
high 15 points to go along with 18, and Tyisha Moore'
with four assists. with 10.
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tinued her run of excellent. 2-of-3 from long distance. 0) at 5:30 p.m.
play with 18 points and The Lady Indians made The Lady Commodores anuary 26
13 rebounds for her sec- 8-of-16 from downtown are ledbyretumrningsopho-
ond double-double of the while limiting the Lady Pi- more All Conference play- g 4
year. rates to just 2-of-14 from er Jessica Morton, who is 1:00-4:30
Janisha Lindsey, who three and 39 percent over- averaging 19.1 points per
started fdr the sixth straight all from the field. game on.47 percent shoot- Dothan Civic Center
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